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Delta and Lyft have announced a new partnership, where SkyMiles members can earn SkyMiles when taking Lyft rides. They’ll earn one mile per dollar spent on Lyft, and three SkyMiles per dollar spent on rides to/from the airport during the initial launch.
Earn Bonus SkyMiles with Delta and Lyft Partnership
If you are new to Lyft, you can score $50 in Lyft credit towards your first rides!
How It Works
It’s as simple as linking SkyMiles and Lyft accounts, and requesting a ride. All SkyMiles members are eligible. Customers who are not already enrolled in the SkyMiles program can sign up for free through the partner page or delta.com/enroll to become eligible. To download the Lyft app, visit lyft.com/app-sms.
SkyMiles member Lyft benefits offered exclusively at delta.com/lyft include:
- One mile per dollar* spent on all rides, with unlimited mileage earning
- Limited time launch bonus of two bonus miles for a total of three miles per $1* spent on Lyft ride(s) to or from any airport location
- New rider $20 credit broken down into two $10 Lyft ride credits
- All Lyft rides are all eligible to earn miles including Lyft Line, Classic, Plus and Premier
If you are looking for more ways to earn Delta miles, consider The Gold Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card, The Platinum Delta SkyMiles® Credit Card or Delta Reserve Credit Card from American Express Expired
This partnership between Delta and Lyft similar to the SPG and Uber Partnership where you earn 1 Starpoint for every $2 spent on Uber.
Looking for ways to save on Uber?
The Platinum Card® from American Express gives you up to $200 Uber Savings Annually. With the The Blue for Business® Credit Card from American Express you can earn 2.3 points per dollar spent on Uber.
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